Bytes is a studio album by Ed Handley, Andy Turner, and Ken Downie, under the name Black Dog Productions. It was released on Warp Records in 1993. It is a compilation of tracks by Plaid, Close Up Over, Xeper, Atypic, I.A.O., Discordian Popes, and Balil, alter egos of the group otherwise known as The Black Dog. Black Dog Productions is also the name of their own record label.
In 2002, Slant Magazine placed it at number 23 on the "25 Greatest Electronic Albums of the 20th Century" list.
Bytes was released in 1993 on double vinyl, cassette and CD and later re-released in 2005. Today, both Ed Handley and Andy Turner form part of Plaid while Ken Downie continues to produce music under the name The Black Dog. All three collaborated on the album under various guises and combinations. Bytes was launched on the Sheffield techno label Warp Records as WARPCD8 in 1993. An early version of "Clan (Mongol Hordes)" appears on Artificial Intelligence as "The Clan".